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   * ''​CharacterWidthList'':​ Only used for variable width fonts, ie. when ''​CharacterSize''​ is **not** defined. In this case, this contains a list of widths for every character defined in ''​CharacterList''​ in the same order.   * ''​CharacterWidthList'':​ Only used for variable width fonts, ie. when ''​CharacterSize''​ is **not** defined. In this case, this contains a list of widths for every character defined in ''​CharacterList''​ in the same order.
  
-An example of how to use custom fonts can be found in the [[tutorials:​locale|localization]] tutorial ((at the end of 10_Locale.ini)).+An example of how to use custom fonts can be found in the [[en:tutorials:​locale|localization]] tutorial ((at the end of 10_Locale.ini)).
  
 ===== orxFontGen ===== ===== orxFontGen =====
  
-orxFontGen is a command-line tool that ships with Orx which allows you create bitmap fonts which can be define with the configuration detailed above. It can be found in the orx/​tools/​orxFontGen/​bin folder. Available to compile for Windows, Linux and Mac. To learn how to use it follow the [[tutorials:​orxfontgen|orxFontGen tutorial]].+orxFontGen is a command-line tool that ships with Orx which allows you create bitmap fonts which can be define with the configuration detailed above. It can be found in the orx/​tools/​orxFontGen/​bin folder. Available to compile for Windows, Linux and Mac. To learn how to use it follow the [[en:tutorials:​orxfontgen|orxFontGen tutorial]].
  
  
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